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 (Adam Hunger)
(Adam Hunger)

The New York Yankees take on the Minnesota Twins in the American League Wild Card Game at Yankee Stadium on Tuesday at 8:09 p.m.

Twins Yankees
Brian Dozier, 2B Brett Gardner, LF
Joe Mauer, 1B Aaron Judge, RF
Jorge Polanco, SS Gary Sanchez, C
Eddie Rosario, LF Didi Gregorius, SS
Eduardo Escobar, 3B Starlin Castro, 2B
Max Kepler, RF Greg Bird, 1B
Byron Buxton, CF Aaron Hicks, CF
Jason Castro, C Jacoby Ellsbury, DH
Robbie Grossman, DH Todd Frazier, 3B
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GEICO SportsNite: Chase Headley 00:00:24
Chase Headley discusses the difficulty of playing a Wild Card game.

The New York Yankees lost their regular-season finale 2-1 to the Toronto Blue Jays on Sunday at Yankee Stadium. >> Box score


Without Aaron Judge, Gary Sanchez, Didi Gregorius or Brett Gardner in the starting lineup, the Yankees scored just once on Matt Holliday's solo home run off Danny Barnes in the seventh inning that tied the game at 1.

In the top of the eighth inning, Domingo German (0-1) allowed the go-ahead run to score on Ryan Goins' RBI groundout. Rob Refsnyder reached on a strikeout via wild pitch, advanced to second on Ezequiel Carrera's walk and advanced to third on a sac bunt before scoring on Goins' groundout.

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New York Yankees pitcher Jordan Montgomery throws a pitch against the Cleveland Indians in the first inning at Progressive Field. (Brian Spurlock/USA TODAY Sports)
New York Yankees pitcher Jordan Montgomery throws a pitch against the Cleveland Indians in the first inning at Progressive Field. (Brian Spurlock/USA TODAY Sports)

The New York Yankees (91-70) play the final regular season game against the Toronto Blue Jays (75-86) on Sunday at 3:05 p.m. at Yankee Stadium.

Blue Jays Yankees
Teoscar Hernandez, CF Aaron Hicks, CF
Josh Donaldson, 3B Ronald Torreyes, SS
Justin Smoak, 1B Starlin Castro, 2B
Jose Bautista, RF Matt Holliday, DH
Russell Martin, C Chase Headley, 1B
Darwin Barney, 2B Todd Frazier, 3B
Ezequiel Carrera, LF Austin Romine, C
Rob Refsnyder, DH Clint Frazier, LF
Ryan Goins, SS Tyler Austin, RF
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New York Yankees staring pitcher CC Sabathia (52) pitches against the Boston Red Sox during the first inning at Yankee Stadium. (Andy Marlin-USA TODAY Sports)
New York Yankees staring pitcher CC Sabathia (52) pitches against the Boston Red Sox during the first inning at Yankee Stadium. (Andy Marlin-USA TODAY Sports)

The New York Yankees (90-70) play the second game of a three-game set against the Toronto Blue Jays (75-85) on Saturday at 1:05 p.m. at Yankee Stadium.

Blue Jays Yankees
Teoscar Hernandez, CF Brett Gardner, LF
Josh Donaldson, 3B Aaron Judge, DH
Justin Smoak, 1B Gary Sanchez, C
Jose Bautista, RF Didi Gregorius, SS
Russell Martin, C Starlin Castro, 2B
Darwin Barney, 2B Greg Bird, 1B
Ezequiel Carrera, LF Todd Frazier, 3B
Rob Refsnyder, DH Jacoby Ellsbury, CF
Ryan Goins, SS Aaron Hicks, RF
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New York Yankees starting pitcher Masahiro Tanaka pitches against the Seattle Mariners in the first inning at Yankee Stadium. (Noah K. Murray/USA Today Sports Images)
New York Yankees starting pitcher Masahiro Tanaka pitches against the Seattle Mariners in the first inning at Yankee Stadium. (Noah K. Murray/USA Today Sports Images)

The New York Yankees (89-70) begin a three-game series against the Toronto Blue Jays (75-84) on Friday at 1:05 p.m. at Yankee Stadium.

Blue Jays Yankees
Teoscar Hernandez, CF Aaron Hicks, CF
Josh Donaldson, 3B Jasoby Ellsbury, CF
Jose Bautista, DH Aaron Judge, RF
Kendrys Morales, 1B Didi Gregorius, SS
Michael Saunders, RF Starlin Castro, 2B
Ezequiel Carrera, LF Greg Bird, 1B
Raffy Lopez, C Chase Headley, DH
Ryan Goins, 2B Todd Frazier, 3B
Richard Urena, SS Austin Romine, C
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New York Yankees starting pitcher Jaime Garcia walks toward the dugout after being relieved in the third inning during a game against the Toronto Blue Jays at Rogers Centre. (Nick Turchiaro/USA TODAY Sports)
New York Yankees starting pitcher Jaime Garcia walks toward the dugout after being relieved in the third inning during a game against the Toronto Blue Jays at Rogers Centre. (Nick Turchiaro/USA TODAY Sports)

Jaime Garcia was pulled in the third inning as the New York Yankees lost to the Toronto Blue Jays 9-5 on Sunday at Rogers Centre. >> Box score


Garcia (1-3) gave up five runs, four hits and three walks in 2 1/3 innings, as the Yankees fell to five games back of the Boston Red Sox in the AL East.

He surrendered a leadoff home run to Teoscar Hernandez in the first inning and was charged for three runs when Jonathan Holder inherited a bases-loaded, one-out jam and gave up a bases-clearing double to Russell Martin in the third inning that gave Toronto a 5-0 lead.

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Sep 17, 2017; Bronx, NY, USA; New York Yankees starting pitcher Sonny Gray (55) pitches during the first inning against the Baltimore Orioles at Yankee Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Anthony Gruppuso-USA TODAY Sports
		 (Anthony Gruppuso)
Sep 17, 2017; Bronx, NY, USA; New York Yankees starting pitcher Sonny Gray (55) pitches during the first inning against the Baltimore Orioles at Yankee Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Anthony Gruppuso-USA TODAY Sports (Anthony Gruppuso)

The Yankees (85-68) play the second game of a three-game set against the Toronto Blue Jays (72-82) on Saturday at 4:07 p.m. at Rogers Centre.

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New York Yankees starting pitcher Masahiro Tanaka delivers a pitch during the first inning against the Oakland Athletics at Oakland Coliseum. (Neville E. Guard/USA TODAY Sports)
New York Yankees starting pitcher Masahiro Tanaka delivers a pitch during the first inning against the Oakland Athletics at Oakland Coliseum. (Neville E. Guard/USA TODAY Sports)

The Yankees (85-67) begin their final road trip with a three-game set against the Toronto Blue Jays (71-82) on Friday at 7:07 p.m. at Rogers Centre.

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New York Yankees third baseman Todd Frazier (29) hits an RBI double in the fifth inning during a game against the Toronto Blue Jays at Rogers Centre. (Nick Turchiaro-USA TODAY Sports)
New York Yankees third baseman Todd Frazier (29) hits an RBI double in the fifth inning during a game against the Toronto Blue Jays at Rogers Centre. (Nick Turchiaro-USA TODAY Sports)

The Yankees rebounded after Tuesday's loss and slugged their way to an 11-5 win over the Blue Jays on Wednesday night in Toronto. >> Box score


Masahiro Tanaka didn't have his best stuff, allowing three runs -- two earned -- on two hits and five walks in just four innings pitched. Chad Green picked up the win but gave up two runs in 1 1/3 innings.

But the Yankees got the offense clicking in the second inning when Gary Sanchez and Todd Frazier blasted back-to-back homers. Didi Gregorius added a solo homer a frame later, while Frazier added a two-run double in the fifth. Jacoby Ellsbury would follow with an RBI double of his own. 

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(Wendell Cruz/USA TODAY Sports)

The Yankees (44-38) wrap up their three-game series against the Blue Jays (38-45) at Yankee Stadium on Wednesday at 1:05 p.m. 

Blue Jays Yankees
Jose Bautista, RF Brett Gardner, LF
Russell Martin, 3B Aaron Judge, RF
Justin Smoak, 1B Gary Sanchez, DH
Kendrys Morales, DH Didi Gregorius, SS
Troy Tulowitzki, SS Chase Headley, 3B
Steve Pearce, LF Jacoby Ellsbury, CF
Miguel Montero, C Ji-Man Choi, 1B
Kevin Pillar, CF Austin Romine, C
Ryan Goins, 2B Tyler Wade, 2B

 

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GEICO SportsNite: Yankees lose 00:01:40
Sweeny Murti and Yankees players break down Tuesday's 4-1 loss to the Blue Jays at Yankee Stadium.

The Blue Jays took advantage of one poor inning by CC Sabathia in his return from the disabled list to score four runs in a 4-1 victory over New York on Tuesday afternoon at Yankee Stadium. >> Box score


Sabathia (7-3, 3.81), who had been out since June 13 with a hamstring issue, retired the first eight batters he faced. But after getting the first two outs in the third, he gave up four runs, allowing three hits and three walks with a wild pitch.

Kendry Morales' two-run single wrapped up the scoring after Russell Martin's RBI single started it. Sabathia walked Justin Smoak with the bases loaded for the second run of the inning.

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GEICO SportsNite: Yankees win 00:01:02
Joe Girardi and Chase Headley react to the Yankees' 6-3 win over the Toronto Blue Jays, a badly-needed victory after a tough road trip.

Masahiro Tanaka threw seven sharp innings and Chase Headley drove in three runs to lead the New York Yankees to a 6-3 win over the Toronto Blue Jays on Monday at Yankee Stadium. >> Box score


Tanaka (7-7) won his second straight start and has 22 strikeouts and a 1.29 ERA over his last three outings. He struck out eight batters on Monday and allowed one run and five hits, throwing 72 of 111 pitches for strikes. 

Headley, who went 2-for-3, hit a two-run double in the eighth inning that turned a one-run lead into a 4-1 game, then scored when Ronald Torreyes grounded into a fielder's choice. Ryan Tepera threw home to try to get Didi Gregorius out, but the ball got past the catcher as Gregorius slid in, allowing two runs to score.

Tags: Aroldis Chapman, Chase Headley, Didi Gregorius, Jacoby Ellsbury, Masahiro Tanaka, Ronald Torreyes, Toronto Blue Jays
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Masahiro Tanaka recorded his second straight quality start against the White Sox on Wednesday, leading the Yankees to a 12-3 victory. (Nam Y. Huh)
Masahiro Tanaka recorded his second straight quality start against the White Sox on Wednesday, leading the Yankees to a 12-3 victory. (Nam Y. Huh)

The Yankees (43-37) will return home to face the Blue Jays (37-44) at Yankee Stadium on Monday at 7:05 p.m. 

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Apr 28, 2017; Bronx, NY, USA; New York Yankees starting pitcher CC Sabathia (52) pitches against the Baltimore Orioles during the second inning at Yankee Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports (Brad Penner)
Apr 28, 2017; Bronx, NY, USA; New York Yankees starting pitcher CC Sabathia (52) pitches against the Baltimore Orioles during the second inning at Yankee Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports (Brad Penner)

The New York Yankees (30-20) begin a four-game set with the Toronto Blue Jays (26-27) on Thursday at 7:05 p.m. at the Rogers Centre. 

Yankees Blue Jays
Brett Gardner, LF Kevin Pillar, CF
Gary Sanchez, C Josh Donaldson, 3B
Aaron Judge, RF Jose Bautista, RF
Matt Holliday, DH Kendrys Morales, DH
Starlin Castro, 2B Justin Smoak, 1B
Didi Gregorius, SS Troy Tulowitzki, SS
Aaron Hicks, CF Darwin Barney, 2B
Chase Headley, 3B Ezequiel Carrera, LF
Chris Carter, 1B Luke Maile, C
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Apr 28, 2017; Bronx, NY, USA; New York Yankees starting pitcher CC Sabathia (52) pitches against the Baltimore Orioles during the second inning at Yankee Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports (Brad Penner)
Apr 28, 2017; Bronx, NY, USA; New York Yankees starting pitcher CC Sabathia (52) pitches against the Baltimore Orioles during the second inning at Yankee Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports (Brad Penner)

The New York Yankees go for the series win as they face the Toronto Blue Jays on Wednesday night at 7:05 p.m. EST at Yankee Stadium.

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Apr 8, 2017; Baltimore, MD, USA; New York Yankees starting pitcher Masahiro Tanaka (19) throws a pitch against the Baltimore Orioles in the first inning at Oriole Park at Camden Yards. Mandatory Credit: Patrick McDermott-USA TODAY Sports (Patrick McDermott)
Apr 8, 2017; Baltimore, MD, USA; New York Yankees starting pitcher Masahiro Tanaka (19) throws a pitch against the Baltimore Orioles in the first inning at Oriole Park at Camden Yards. Mandatory Credit: Patrick McDermott-USA TODAY Sports (Patrick McDermott)

The New York Yankees will try to bounce back in the second game of a three-game series with the Toronto Blue Jays on Tuesday night at 7:05 p.m. EST at Yankee Stadium.

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Yankees can't keep up with Jays 00:01:28
Sweeny Murti reports from Yankee Stadium to discuss the team's 7-1 loss to the Blue Jays on Monday night

Luis Severino gave up five runs in his shortest outing since April 7 as the New York Yankees lost to the Toronto Blue Jays, 7-1, Monday at Yankee Stadium. >> Box score


Coming off three straight outings in which Severino pitched at least seven innings, Severino (2-2) gave up eight hits and two home runs in 5 2/3 innings, throwing 59 of 105 pitches for strikes, as the Yankees lost their second straight game.

Ryan Goins hit a two-run home run off Severino in the second inning that gave Toronto a 2-0 lead, then hit a two-run sac fly when Jacoby Ellsbury crashed into the wall to make a leaping catch with runners on first and second that made it 4-1.

Chris Coghlan homered off Severino in the sixth inning to make it 5-1, and Jose Bautista hit a two-run homer off Luis Cessa in the seventh inning that made it 7-1.

Tags: Aaron Judge, Greg Bird, Jacoby Ellsbury, Luis Cessa, Luis Severino, Toronto Blue Jays
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Loud Mouths break down Yankees 00:05:00
Sweeny Murti joins Marc Malusis and Jon Hein to discuss the Yankees' hot start to the season and if they can sustain it all season.

The New York Yankees begin a three-game series with the Toronto Blue Jays on Monday at 7:05 p.m. ET at Yankee Stadium.

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New York Yankees relief pitcher Luis Severino throws a pitch during the first inning against the Toronto Blue Jays at Florida Auto Exchange Stadium. (Kim Klement/USA TODAY Sports)
New York Yankees relief pitcher Luis Severino throws a pitch during the first inning against the Toronto Blue Jays at Florida Auto Exchange Stadium. (Kim Klement/USA TODAY Sports)

The New York Yankees lost to the Toronto Blue Jays, 3-2, on the road on Friday.


  • RHP Luis Severino struggled, allowing two runs, four hits and a walk in 2 1/3 innings. He struck out four batters and gave up a two-run home run to Jose Bautista.
  • Aaron Judge went 2-for-3, while Jacoby Ellsbury and Austin Romine each went 1-for-3.
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New York Yankees left fielder Brett Gardner looks out from the dugout prior to the start of a game against the Toronto Blue Jays at Rogers Centre. (Nick Turchiaro/USA Today Sports Images)
New York Yankees left fielder Brett Gardner looks out from the dugout prior to the start of a game against the Toronto Blue Jays at Rogers Centre. (Nick Turchiaro/USA Today Sports Images)

The Toronto Blue Jays could try to deal for New York Yankees outfielder Brett Gardner if they don't re-sign Jose Bautista, according to Hardball Talk's Ashley Varela.

Bautista and the Blue Jays are far off in contract negotiations, according to the Toronto Star's Richard Griffin. Bautista, 36, rejected a one-year, $17.2 million qualifying offer and is seeking a four-year deal worth $100 million, according to Griffin.

If the Blue Jays cannot reach a deal with Bautista, who has been with the Blue Jays since 2008 and hit at least 35 home runs in four of the past seven seasons, then Toronto might look to check in on Gardner, for whom Yankees GM Brian Cashman has fielded inquiries.

It remains to be seen whether or not the Blue Jays have serious interest in Gardner, Varela notes, but they would be the second division rival that has reportedly been linked to Gardner. The Baltimore Orioles were linked to him in December.

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 (Charles LeClaire)
(Charles LeClaire)

The Yankees could be in the mix to sign Edwin Encarnacion when he becomes a free agent after the season, reports national writer Jon Heyman. While Heyman notes that the Red Sox could be the most likely spot for Encarnacion, the Yankees and Rangers both have a chance to sign the soon-to-be free agent.

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New York Yankees catcher Gary Sanchez (Dan Hamilton/USA Today Sports Images)
New York Yankees catcher Gary Sanchez (Dan Hamilton/USA Today Sports Images)

Aaron Hicks and Mark Teixeira homered in a five-run ninth inning and the New York Yankees hung on to beat the Toronto Blue Jays, 7-5, Monday at Rogers Centre. >> Read more

  • Teixeira hit a one-out home run off Jason GrilliDidi Gregorius followed with a single and Hicks homered to right field to break the 3-3 tie.
  • Jacoby Ellsbury hit an RBI single and Gary Sanchez a sac fly off Danny Barnes that gave the Yankees a 7-3 lead.
  • Dellin Betances walked two batters and made an error in the bottom of the ninth inning before he was pulled without recording an out.
  • Tommy Layne came in and allowed two runs on a bases-loaded walk and Dioner Navarro single, but got Russell Martin to ground into a fielder's choice and Troy Tulowitzki to foul out to end the game.
  • Manager Joe Girardi, starting pitcher Luis Severino, pitching coach Larry Rothschild and bench coach Rob Thomson were all ejected by the second inning.
  • Jonathn Holder allowed two runs in the third inning on a Tulowitzki RBI double and Michael Saunders RBI single that gave the Blue Jays a 3-1 lead.
  • Brett Gardner went 3 for 4 with three runs scored and Ellsbury went 2 for 4 with two RBIs. Sanchez hit an RBI ground out in the first inning.

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The Yankees' performance over the 14 games previous to Monday's seemed to demonstrate the club had no fight left in them, which seemed ridiculous considering they were closing in on a playoff spot after a seven-game win streak. But, J.A. Happ provided a spark by "having his teammate's back," to which Severino added gasoline by retaliating in kind.

Tags: Aaron Hicks, Brett Gardner, Dellin Betances, Gary Sanchez, Jacoby Ellsbury, Luis Severino, Mark Teixeira, Toronto Blue Jays
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Toronto Blue Jays first baseman Justin Smoak looks on as New York Yankees staff and players restrain catcher Gary Sanchez during a bench clearing brawl in the third inning at Rogers Centre. (Dan Hamilton/USA Today Sports Images)
Toronto Blue Jays first baseman Justin Smoak looks on as New York Yankees staff and players restrain catcher Gary Sanchez during a bench clearing brawl in the third inning at Rogers Centre. (Dan Hamilton/USA Today Sports Images)

New York Yankees right-hander Luis Severino was ejected after hitting Toronto's Justin Smoak with a pitch in the second inning Monday night, leading to an angry shoving match between the teams.

Both benches and bullpens emptied and several scrums broke out near home plate after Severino threw inside to Smoak with his first pitch of the inning and then hit him in the leg with his second.

There was plenty of jostling in a large mass of players, but it did not appear any punches were thrown.

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New York Yankees starting pitcher Luis Severino (40) pitches during the first inning against the Tampa Bay Rays at Yankee Stadium. (Bill Streicher)
New York Yankees starting pitcher Luis Severino (40) pitches during the first inning against the Tampa Bay Rays at Yankee Stadium. (Bill Streicher)

The Yankees look to win the final game of their four-game series with the Blue Jays in Toronto on Monday at 7:07 p.m. 

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Yankees Blue Jays
Brett Gardner, LF Devon Travis, 2B
Jacoby Ellsbury, CF Josh Donaldson, 3B
Gary Sanchez, C Edwin Encarnacion, DH
Billy Butler, DH Jose Bautista, RF
Chase Headley, 3B Russell Martin, C
Mark Teixeira, 1B Troy Tulowitzki, SS
Didi Gregorius, SS Michael Saunders, LF
Aaron Hicks, RF Justin Smoak, 1B
Ronald Torreyes, 2B Kevin Pillar, CF

Who's Pitching for the Yankees: RHP Luis Severino (3-8, 5.70 ERA) will start for the Yankees for the first time since Aug. 14. Severino has been sensational since moving into the bullpen, allowing only one earned run on seven hits in 15 innings. Prior to his transition to the bullpen, Severino had a 8.58 ERA in his nine starts this season.


Who's Pitching for the Blue Jays: LHP J.A. Happ (20-4, 3.28) has allowed more than three runs just twice in his last 14 starts, and has not allowed more than four runs during that span. In his last outing, Happ allowed two earned runs on six hits while striking out eight in five innings. 

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Didi Gregorius follows through on his seventh-inning homer. (Kevin Sousa-USA TODAY Sports)
Didi Gregorius follows through on his seventh-inning homer. (Kevin Sousa-USA TODAY Sports)

The Yankees rallied for two runs in the top of the ninth to take a one-run lead, but Toronto came back with two in the bottom of the inning for a 4-3 win Sunday in Canada. Read the full AP recap on SNY.tv...


  • The Yankees avoided being shut out for the fourth game in a row when Didi Gregorius homered in the top of the seventh to tie the score at 1.
  • After Jose Bautista's RBI single in the eighth gave Toronto a 2-1 lead, the Yankees offense came to life in the ninth. Mark Teixeira and Billy Butler led off with singles, and both were replaced by pinch runners. Chase Headley moved the runners up. Mason Williams tied it with a single and Ronald Torreyes hit a sac fly to give the Yanks the lead.
  • The Yankees gave it right back in the bottom of the inning. Dellin Betances walked Melvin Upton Jr. to start the inning. Betances was replaced by Tyler Clippard, who gave a single to Kevin Pillar that moved Upton to third. Ezquiel Carrera's squeeze bunt scored Upton as Pillar advanced and then went to third and Carerra to second on Clippard's throwinng error. Josh Donaldson was intentionally walked before Clippard allowed Edwin Encarnacion's game winning single.
  • Yankees starter Michael Pineda pitched 5 2/3 innings, allowing one run on three hits with seven strikeouts.

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The Yankees finally got on the board after 33 straight innings of scoreless ball. The slump was not exactly eradicated, scoring three runs, which was still not to pull out a victory.

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Yankees pitcher Michael Pineda against the Baltimore Orioles at Oriole Park at Camden Yards earlier this month. (Evan Habeeb)
Yankees pitcher Michael Pineda against the Baltimore Orioles at Oriole Park at Camden Yards earlier this month. (Evan Habeeb)

The Yankees look to get back in the win column as they play the third game of their series with the Blue Jays at 1:07 p.m. 

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Yankees Blue Jays
Brett Gardner, LF Devon Travis, 2B
Jacoby Ellsbury, CF Josh Donaldson, 3B
Gary Sanchez, C Edwin Encarnacion, 1B
Didi Gregorius, SS Jose Bautista, DH
Mark Teixeira, 1B Russell Martin, C
Brian McCann, DH Troy Tulowitzki, SS
Chase Headley, 3B Michael Saunders, RF
Mason Williams, RF Kevin Pillar, CF
Ronald Torreyes, 2B Eziquel Carrera, LF

Who's Pitching for the Yankees: LHP Michael Pineda (6-11, 4.89 ERA)  has not completed five innings in three of his past four starts. He is on an eight-start winless streak that matches his career high. He is 0-1 with a 4.02 ERA during that span, although the Yankee are 4-4 in those starts.


Who's Pitching for the Blue Jays: RHP Marco Estrada (9-9, 3.62). is 1-3 with a 5.49 ERA in four September starts. Estrada is 2-0 with a 3.79 ERA in three starts against the Yankees this season and is 3-2 with a 4.09 ERA in nine career games, including eight starts, against them/

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New York Yankees starting pitcheer CC Sabathia (52) delivers a pitch against Toronto Blue Jays at Rogers Centre. (Dan Hamilton)
New York Yankees starting pitcheer CC Sabathia (52) delivers a pitch against Toronto Blue Jays at Rogers Centre. (Dan Hamilton)

Locked in a pitchers' duel through seven innings, the Yankees finally gave way in the eighth, as Jose Bautista's three-run home run proved to be the difference in Toronto's 3-0 win over New York. Read the full AP recap on SNY.tv...


  • With the the teams locked in a scoreless tie in the eighth, Tyler Clippard faltered and gave up the game-deciding home run to Bautista. It was just the third home run he's allowed since coming back to the Yankees.
  • CC Sabathia pitched seven strong innings, allowing just four hits to Toronto. He struck out two and walked three. 
  • Blue Jays starter Marcus Stroman was just as good, though, as he gave up just one hit and three walks in his seven innings. 
  • The Yankees mustered just three hits and were shut out for the third straight game. 

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The Yankees have been shut out three games in a row and have thoroughly collapsed.

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New York Yankees starting pitcher CC Sabathia (52) pitches during the first inning against the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park. (Bob DeChiara)
New York Yankees starting pitcher CC Sabathia (52) pitches during the first inning against the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park. (Bob DeChiara)

The Yankees look to get back in the win column as they play the second game of their series with the Blue Jays at 4:07 p.m. 

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Yankees Blue Jays
Brett Gardner, LF Devon Travis, 2B
Jacoby Ellsbury, CF Josh Donaldson, 3B
Gary Sanchez, DH Edwin Encarnacion, 1B
Didi Gregorius, SS Jose Bautista, RF
Aaron Hicks, RF Russell Martin, C
Brian McCann, C Troy Tulowitzki, SS
Ronald Torreyes, 3B Melvin Upton, LF
Tyler Austin, 1B Dioner, Navarro, C
Donovan Solano, 2B Kevin Pillar, CF

Who's Pitching for the Yankees: LHP CC Sabathia (8-12, 4.19 ERA) -- pitched just five innings in his last start, giving up four runs against the Red Sox. Has a 3-6 record and 4.68 ERA since the All-Star Break. Was charged with seven runs over six innings during his last outing against Toronto. 


Who's Pitching for the Blue Jays: RHP Marcus Stroman (9-9, 4.50 ERA) -- lost his last start, but pitched well, giving up two runs in six innings against the Angels. Is 0-4 with a 3.91 ERA in September. Allowed two runs in five innings at Yankee Stadium on Sept. 7. 

Tags: CC Sabathia, Toronto Blue Jays

Toronto Blue Jays third baseman Josh Donaldson (20) scores on a single by Toronto Blue Jays shortstop Troy Tulowitzki (not pictured) against the New York Yankees in the first inning at Rogers Centre. (John E. Sokolowski)
Toronto Blue Jays third baseman Josh Donaldson (20) scores on a single by Toronto Blue Jays shortstop Troy Tulowitzki (not pictured) against the New York Yankees in the first inning at Rogers Centre. (John E. Sokolowski)

Bryan Mitchell struggled early and the bullpen did not fare much better, as the Yankees fell to the Blue Jays, 9-0, on Friday night in Toronto. Read the full AP recap on SNY.tv...


  • Mitchell had trouble through the first two innings, allowing three runs. Troy Tulowitzki drove in two with a single in the first and Edwin Encarnacion drew a bases-loaded walk in the second.
  • Despite the early slog, Mitchell settled down and went six innings, and allowed just three runs (one earned). He gave up six hits and walked four.  
  • Francisco Liriano kept the Yankees' lineup at bay, limiting them to just three hits in six innings of work.
  • Gary Sanchez had two of the three hits against Liriano. 
  • Toronto put the game away for good with a four-run seventh inning. Blake Parker was charged with all four runs. 
  • Ben Heller was charged for two runs in the eighth when he gave up a home run to Josh Donaldson. 

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When the Yankees play like this, it makes me wonder how they got into the playoff picture in the first place.

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New York Yankees pitcher Luis Cessa (85) delivers a pitch against the Kansas City Royals during the first inning at Kauffman Stadium. (Peter Aiken)
New York Yankees pitcher Luis Cessa (85) delivers a pitch against the Kansas City Royals during the first inning at Kauffman Stadium. (Peter Aiken)

The Yankees play the second game of their series against the Blue Jays at Yankee Stadium on Tuesday at 7:05 p.m. ET.

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Yankees Blue Jays
Brett Gardner, LF Jose Bautista, RF
Jacoby Ellsbury, CF Josh Donaldson, 3B
Gary Sanchez, C Edwin Encarnacion, DH
Didi Gregorius, SS Russell Martin, C
Starlin Castro, 2B Troy Tulowitzki, SS
Brian McCann, DH Michael Saunders, LF
Chase Headley, 3B Kevin Pillar, CF
Aaron Judge, RF Justin Smoak, 1B
Tyler Austin, 1B Devon Travis, 2B

Who's Pitching for the Yankees: RHP Luis Cessa (4-0, 4.17 ERA) has pitched well since the Yankees moved him into the starting rotation, lasting six innings in each of his three starts and allowing only six earned runs total on 14 hits while striking out 12.

Who's Pitching for the Blue Jays: RHP Aaron Sanchez (13-2, 2.88 ERA) threw six strong innings in his last start, allowing one unearned run on five hits. Sanchez pitched that game on 10 days rest, as the Blue Jays are trying to limit their talented young pitcher's innings by skipping starts.

Tags: Luis Cessa, Toronto Blue Jays

GEICO SportsNite: Yanks top Jays 00:00:50
Jacoby Ellsbury and Joe Girardi discuss the Yankees' 5-3 win over the Toronto Blue Jays.

The Yankees scored all five of their runs in the first four innings and held on to an early lead to take the first game of the series against the Blue Jays 5-3 at Yankee Stadium Monday. >> Read the full AP recap on SNY.tv...


  • Jacoby Ellsbury went 3-for-4 and drove in three runs, two of which came on a first inning home run off R.A. Dickey.
  • Tyler Austin doubled to deep left in the fourth to score what ended up being the game's winning runs.
  • Masahiro Tanaka pitched 6.1 innings and allowed two earned runs on seven hits while walking three and striking out four.
  • After Jonathan Holder walked two to load the bases in the seventh, Ben Heller allowed a two-run single to Edwin Encarnacion to cut the Yankees lead to 5-3. Tommy Layne then entered the game to record the final out of the inning.
  • Tyler Clippard threw a perfect eighth inning before Dillon Betances needed only 10 pitches to get through the final three outs for the save.

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The Yankees are going to need to win a lot of games down the stretch to make up ground in the wild card race. Further, each loss has the potential to push them two games back in the race.

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New York Yankees starting pitcher CC Sabathia (52) pitches against the Tampa Bay Rays during the first inning at Yankee Stadium. The Yankees won 6-3. (Andy Marlin)
New York Yankees starting pitcher CC Sabathia (52) pitches against the Tampa Bay Rays during the first inning at Yankee Stadium. The Yankees won 6-3. (Andy Marlin)

The Yankees and Blue Jays complete their three-game series at Yankee Stadium at 1:05 p.m. Wednesday.

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Blue Jays Yankees
Devon Travis, 2B Brett Gardener, LF
Josh Donaldson, DH Chase Headley, 3B
Edwin Encarnacion, 1B Starlin Castro, 2B
Russell Martin, C Gary Sanchez, DH
Troy Tulowitzki, SS Aaron Judge, RF
Melvin Upton, CF Didi Gregorius, SS
Ezequiel Carrera, RF Tyler Austin, 1B
Darwin Barney, 3B Austin Romine, C
Darrell Ceciliani, LF Aaron Hicks, CF

Who's pitching for the Yankees: LHP CC Sabathia (7-9, 4.20 ERA) won in his last outing despite allowing three earned runs on four hits and three walks in six innings. Over his last three starts, spanning 17.1 innings, Sabathia has allowed 11 earned runs on 18 hits. 


Who's pitching for the Blue Jays: LHP J.A. Happ (16-3, 2.96 ERA) has been amazing over his last four starts, tossing 25 innings total and winning each of those decisions while posting a 0.72 ERA and 30 strikeouts. Happ has not lost a game since June 6.

Tags: CC Sabathia, Toronto Blue Jays

New York Yankees relief pitcher Adam Warren pitches against the Toronto Blue Jays during the eighth inning at Yankee Stadium. (Brad Penner/USA Today Sports Images)
New York Yankees relief pitcher Adam Warren pitches against the Toronto Blue Jays during the eighth inning at Yankee Stadium. (Brad Penner/USA Today Sports Images)

The New York Yankees' bullpen allowed 12 runs over the final four innings after RHP Michael Pineda left the game after a 44-minute rain delay in a 12-6 loss to the Toronto Blue Jays on Tuesday.

Adam Warren and Chasen Shreve combined to allow eight runs in the eighth inning that turned a 6-4 lead into a six-run deficit.

Pineda threw just 68 pitches in five scoreless innings, but manager Joe Girardi opted to go to the bullpen after rain stopped the game in the bottom of the fifth inning. 

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New York Yankees starting pitcher Michael Pineda (35) delivers a pitch against the Cleveland Indians in the first inning at Yankee Stadium. (Noah K. Murray)
New York Yankees starting pitcher Michael Pineda (35) delivers a pitch against the Cleveland Indians in the first inning at Yankee Stadium. (Noah K. Murray)

The Yankees and Blue Jays continue their three-game series at Yankee Stadium at 7:05 p.m. Tuesday.

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Blue Jays Yankees
Devon Travis, 2B Jacoby Ellsbury, CF
Josh Donaldson, 3B Chase Headley, 3B
Edwin Encarnacion, 1B Didi Gregorius, SS
Michael Saunders, DH Mark Teixeira, 1B
Troy Tulowitzki, SS Starlin Castro, 2B
Russell Martin, C Brian McCann, DH
Darrell Ceciliani, LF Gary Sanchez, C
Melvin Upton, CF Aaron Judge, RF
Ezequiel Carrera, RF Aaron Hicks, LF

Who's pitching for the Yankees: RHP Michael Pineda (6-10, 5.07 ERA) posted his first quality start in his last three outings last week against the Red Sox when he pitched six innings and allowed only two earned runs on eight hits. It was also the first time in his last four outings that Pineda did not give up a home run.


Who's pitching for the Blue Jays: RHP Marco Estrada (7-5, 2.95 ERA) struggled with his command in his last start, tying his season-high with four walks in only five innings against Tampa Bay. Estrada allowed two earned runs on seven hits in that outing, and allowed his first home run in his last four outings.

Tags: Michael Pineda, Toronto Blue Jays

New York Yankees RHP Chad Green (Adam Hunger/USA Today Sports Images)
New York Yankees RHP Chad Green (Adam Hunger/USA Today Sports Images)

New York Yankees RHP Chad Green took a perfect game into the fifth inning and struck out a career-high 11 batters in six scoreless innings in a 1-0 win over the Toronto Blue Jays on Monday at Yankee Stadium.

After Green (2-2) retired the first 13 batters he faced, he then allowed back-to-back hits that put runners on second and third with one out. Handed a 1-0 lead thanks to Aaron Judge's RBI double in the fourth inning, Green struck out Justin Smoak and Melvin Upton Jr. to end the inning.

"I think sometimes when you get in those situations you try to overthrow too much; I was just trying to focus on the glove," Green said, according to the New York Daily News' Mark Feinsand. "I was confident right there."

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GEICO SportsNite: Yanks' success 00:01:43
Sweeny Murti covers the Yankees' recent success, highlighted by Chad Green's gem against the Blue Jays and Aaron Judge's hot start.

New York Yankees RHP Chad Green struck out 11 batters in six scoreless innings in a 1-0 win over the Toronto Blue Jays on Monday at Yankee Stadium. >> Read more

  • Green (2-2) gave up two hits and did not walk a batter to earn his second career win. He retired the first 13 batters he faced and pitched out of a two-on, one-out jam in the fifth inning by striking out Justin Smoak and Melvin Upton Jr. with runners on second and third.
  • Tyler ClippardAdam Warren and Dellin Betances each threw one scoreless inning of relief. Betances got Edwin Encarnacion to ground into a game-ending 5-4-3 double play with runners on the corners.
  • Rookie outfielder Aaron Judge drove in Brian McCann with an RBI double in the fourth inning that gave the Yankees a 1-0 lead. Judge became the first Yankee with an extra-base hit and an RBI in each of his first three games since 1920, according to ESPN Stats & Info.
  • New York struggled with runners in scoring position, going 2 for 18 and stranding 14 runners in total. The Yankees stranded two runners on in the first, second and fourth innings, and left the bases loaded in the sixth and eighth innings.

What's next

Michael Pineda (6-10, 5.07 ERA) will face Marco Estrada (7-5, 2.95 ERA) in the second game of a three-game series Tuesday at 7:05 p.m. ET.

Tags: Adam Warren, Brian McCann, Dellin Betances, Toronto Blue Jays, Tyler Clippard

New York Yankees starting pitcher Chad Green (39) pitches against the New York Mets during the first inning at Yankee Stadium. (Brad Penner)
New York Yankees starting pitcher Chad Green (39) pitches against the New York Mets during the first inning at Yankee Stadium. (Brad Penner)

The Yankees and Blue Jays begin a three-game series at Yankee Stadium at 7:05 p.m. Monday.

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Blue Jays Yankees
Devon Travis, 2B Jacoby Ellsbury, CF
Josh Donaldson, 3B Chase Headley, 3B
Edwin Encarnacion, DH Didi Gregorius, SS
Michael Saunders, RF Mark Teixeira, 1B
Troy Tulowitzki, SS Starlin Castro, 2B
Darrell Ceciliani, LF Brian McCann, DH
Justin Smoak, 1B Gary Sanchez, C
Melvin Upton, CF Aaron Judge, RF
Josh Thole, C Aaron Hicks, LF

Who's pitching for the Yankees: RHP Chad Green (1-2, 4.94 ERA) struggled in his last start, lasting only 3.2 innings against the Mets while surrendering three earned runs on eight hits and four walks. In his last 7.1 innings spanning two outings, Green has seven strikeouts while also racking up seven walks.


Who's pitching for the Blue Jays: RHP R.A. Dickey (8-12, 4.61 ERA) has not looked good lately, allowing four earned runs or more in four of his previous five starts. In his most recent outing, Dickey allowed four earned runs on six hits in 4.1 innings against Tampa Bay.

Tags: Toronto Blue Jays

 (Butch Dill)
(Butch Dill)

As the Yankees organization debates whether to become buyers or sellers, trade rumors surround the team. Here is a rundown of the most recent reports surrounding the New York Yankees:

Cubs

Andrew Marchand of ESPN New York says the Yankees could target Cubs' first base prospect Dan Vogelbach in a deal for Aroldis Chapman or Andrew Miller. The Cubs have been openly seeking bullpen help throughout the season, especially wanting a lefty, causing months of rumors linking the two teams.

Tags: Andrew Miller, Aroldis Chapman, Carlos Beltran, CC Sabathia, Chicago Cubs, Kansas City Royals, Michael Pineda, Nathan Eovaldi, Pittsburgh Pirates, Texas Rangers, Toronto Blue Jays, Washington Nationals
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New York Yankees relief pitcher Dellin Betances throws a pitch during the seventh inning in a game against the Toronto Blue Jays at Rogers Centre. (Nick Turchiaro/USA Today Sports Images)
New York Yankees relief pitcher Dellin Betances throws a pitch during the seventh inning in a game against the Toronto Blue Jays at Rogers Centre. (Nick Turchiaro/USA Today Sports Images)

Starting pitcher CC Sabathia and reliever Dellin Betances both took the blame for allowing the go-ahead run to score in the New York Yankees' 4-1 loss to the Toronto Blue Jays on Tuesday at Rogers Centre.

After Sabathia (3-4) allowed a double to Edwin Encarnacion to lead off the seventh inning, manager Joe Girardi pulled him in favor of Betances. Betances struck out Justin Smoak and got Russell Martin to fly out, but after a four-pitch walk to Devon Travis, Kevin Pillar and Darwin Barney hit back-to-back run-scoring singles that turned a tie game into a 4-1 deficit.

"It's always surprising when these guys give up runs," Sabathia said of the Yankees' bullpen trio of Betances, Andrew Miller and Aroldis Chapman. "These guys are the best in the league. Nine times out of 10 they're going to be there to help us."

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New York Yankees designated hitter Carlos Beltran reacts after being hit by a pitch in the ninth inning against the Toronto Blue Jays at Rogers Centre. (Dan Hamilton/USA Today Sports Images)
New York Yankees designated hitter Carlos Beltran reacts after being hit by a pitch in the ninth inning against the Toronto Blue Jays at Rogers Centre. (Dan Hamilton/USA Today Sports Images)

After getting one-hit (yet coming away with a win) on Sunday, the New York Yankees' offense was shut down for eight innings against Toronto Blue Jays starter Marco Estrada in a 4-2 loss Monday at Rogers Centre.

Estrada (3-2) limted the Yankees to just three hits over eight scoreless innings.

"Estrada has been tough on us and it's not like he did a whole lot different this time," manager Joe Girardi said, according to the New York Daily News' Mark Feinsand. "He uses his changeup really effectively and uses his fastball and mixes in a cutter and curveball. He was pretty similar to what he was the other night. We've got to start swinging the bat a little bit better."

Tags: Brett Gardner, Brian McCann, Carlos Beltran, Mark Teixeira, Toronto Blue Jays
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New York Yankees manager Joe Girardi watches play against the Toronto Blue Jays wearing a military camouflage cap as part of Memorial Day observations by both teams at Rogers Centre. (Dan Hamilton/USA Today Sports Images)
New York Yankees manager Joe Girardi watches play against the Toronto Blue Jays wearing a military camouflage cap as part of Memorial Day observations by both teams at Rogers Centre. (Dan Hamilton/USA Today Sports Images)

The New York Yankees had the game-tying run at-bat in the ninth inning after getting shut down through the first eight, but their comeback fell short in a 4-2 loss to the Toronto Blue Jays on Monday at Rogers Centre. >> Read more at SNY.tv


  • Chase Headley, the potential game-tying run, struck out against Drew Storen with Mark Teixeira on second base to end the game.
  • Toronto starter Marco Estrada shut down the Yankees for eight innings, limiting them to three hits and three walks. Estrada (3-2) held the Yankees' 4 through 8 hitters to 0-for-13 hitting through the first eight innings.
  • Brian McCann hit a two-run home run off Aaron Loup in the ninth inning that made it 4-2.
  • Yankees RHP Ivan Nova (3-3) lost his second straight start after he allowed four runs and eight hits in six innings, throwing 63 of 101 pitches for strikes.
  • Edwin Encarnacion went 1 for 4 and drove in two runs, hitting an RBI double in the first inning and a run-scoring groundout in the third inning. 
  • Ryan Goins hit a solo home run in the fifth inning.

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The Yankees' anemic offense could not be rescued by a singular hit, or a better pitching performance by their starting pitcher as they mustered Sunday afternoon. The big hit (McCann's home run) from the Yankees came in the ninth inning and was simply too little, too late.

Tags: Ivan Nova, Brian McCann, Chase Headley, Mark Teixeira, Toronto Blue Jays
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New York Yankees starting pitcher CC Sabathia pitches against the Toronto Blue Jays during the first inning at Yankee Stadium. (Adam Hunger/USA Today Sports Images)
New York Yankees starting pitcher CC Sabathia pitches against the Toronto Blue Jays during the first inning at Yankee Stadium. (Adam Hunger/USA Today Sports Images)

New York Yankees manager Joe Girardi expressed a lot of confidence in LHP CC Sabathia after Thursday's 3-1 loss to the Toronto Blue Jays.

Sabathia (3-3) pitched seven innings of two-hit, two-run ball, throwing 83 pitches. Both runs charged to him were unearned after a Didi Gregorius error in the third inning led to a two-run Edwin Encarnacion single in the third inning on Thursday.

After Encarnacion's single, Sabathia retired 13 of the next 14 batters he faced.

Tags: Alex Rodriguez, Brian McCann, CC Sabathia, Toronto Blue Jays
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New York Yankees right fielder Carlos Beltran celebrates after hitting a solo home run against the Toronto Blue Jays during the fourth inning at Yankee Stadium. (Adam Hunger/USA Today Sports Images)
New York Yankees right fielder Carlos Beltran celebrates after hitting a solo home run against the Toronto Blue Jays during the fourth inning at Yankee Stadium. (Adam Hunger/USA Today Sports Images)

New York Yankees outfielder Carlos Beltran said he is not concerned over his spot in the lineup or the field once designated hitter Alex Rodriguez returns from the disabled list.

"My plan is my plan. It doesn't matter where I am," Beltran told the New York Daily News' Mark Feinsand after going 1 for 3 with a home run in the Yankees' 6-0 win over the Toronto Blue Jays on Tuesday. "It could be the outfield, DH, it will not affect me. Right now, I have an idea of the things that I want to do at the plate. I just have to continue to believe in what I'm doing."

While Rodriguez went 2 for 4 with an RBI single in his first rehab game with Double-A Trenton on Tuesday, the Yankees improved to 14-6 since Rodriguez went on the DL with a hamstring injury.

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 (Adam Hunger)
(Adam Hunger)

The New York Yankees might very well play in the tightest division in Major League Baseball. That is not to suggest the AL East is the best of them all, but simply to convey that it is full of teams that each have an argument as to why they can win the division.

A quick look at each AL East club will demonstrate why the Yankees have as good a shot at the AL East title as their opponents.

Baltimore Orioles

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Bartolo Colon takes the mound on Wednesday for the Mets against the Blue Jays.  (Steve Mitchell)
Bartolo Colon takes the mound on Wednesday for the Mets against the Blue Jays. (Steve Mitchell)

In today's game, the Mets travel to face the Blue Jays with Bartolo Colon on the hill.

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Daniel Murphy spoke to the media on Saturday in advance of the World Series, which begins Tuesday.

1.) Murphy's favorite World Series moment as a fan came in 2011, when David Freese led the St. Louis Cardinals to a comeback win over the Texas Rangers.

2.) He is in awe of Yoenis Cespedes, pointing out that his crucial home run off Drew Storen was one of his highlights that stuck out to Murphy. "Adjectives fall short of what he's meant to us," Murphy said.

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